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Retrospectiva is an open source, web-based, project management and bug-tracking tool. It is intended to assist the collaborative aspect of work carried out by software development teams through the use of blogs, a wiki and tickets. Users open tickets to track bugs, and request enhancements. ... [More]
Encore is an online academic community dedicated to the learning sciences. The community is powered by a variety of technologies, including a modified version of the Confluence Enterprise Wiki by Atlassian Software, and a custom-built Ruby on Rails application. This project opens the source code ... [More]
Instiki (What Is Instiki) is a wiki clone so pretty and easy to set up, you’ll wonder if it’s really a wiki. In fact it’s not only a wiki. It supports file uploads, PDF export, RSS feeds, multiple users, multiple wiki sites and password protection. Some people even use Instiki as a CMS - ... [More]
OverviewThere are lots of Ruby wikis. Why another one? Simple: this one is sweet. Ok, that’s not exactly it. Really we just needed a simple, fast, extensible wiki for our own internal use. After we were done we realized that it might be useful to others, too. So here you go. FeaturesTags ... [More]
This project is meant for personal websites. It has two components. First, it has a blog for posting site updates. Second, it has a wiki for storing personal articles. All formatting for the blog and article components is done in Markdown. The site supports full caching for optimal ... [More]
Qb, (italian expression used in cooking, roughly meaning "enough") is a small wiki written using rubyonrails, loosely based on the original Instiki2. It is what is used for ruby-it, and although it is basically featureless and buggy, it served the italian ruby community quite well in the last years.
An application wiki is designed to encourage ordinary users to develop a literacy in building real applications. In the same way that Wikipedia allows users to collaborate on text, the hope is that an application wiki would let users collaborate on not just words but real behavior. The framework ... [More]